Psychology Press, 1982 - History - 99 pages
An enlightening overview of major aspects of African history, including colonial Africa, slave trade, blacks in the post-emancipation South, blacks during the Reconstruction, and blacks in urban America.
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19th century African History African Studies alley Alliance analysis Angola Anstey areas argues aspects of black Atlantic Slave Trade Bight of Biafra black and white black community black history black migration black population black urban history black workers British carpetbaggers changes Chicago Civil cliometric coast coercion colonial concern conclusions culture Curtin's Dahomey discussion Economic History emancipation essay estimates European export trade farmers focused forces freedmen Freedmen's Bureau French Ghetto historians important Inikori Journal of African Journal of Negro Journal of Southern Kenya Kilson Knights of Labor Kusmer Meier mortality Ndebele Negro History North northern cities number of slaves organization Osofsky patterns percent period Perspectives Phylon planters protest Quarles race relations racial racism Ranger recent Reconstruction Republican residential segregation role scalawags scholars schools sharecroppers slave exports Slavery Social History society Southern Black tion traditional trans-Atlantic slave trade union volume West Africa York